Notre Dame de Bellecombe, a typical Savoyard village, is the largest of a long chain of linked resorts in the Val d'Arly – a pleasant valley, famous for its cheeses and wine, not far from Megève – in the heart of the Savoie Alps. The valley links Albertville with Chamonix. Most of the Domaine Val d'Arly is enjoyable cruising, giving you plenty of time to admire the scenery. Notre Dame has its own network of 70km of pistes served by 18 lifts. It links with Flumet, which in turn links with Praz sur Arly. Between them, the Val d'Arly resorts have 50 lifts and 150km of pistes and can all be skied on a Carte Blanche lift ticket. Notre Dame de Bellecombe also has the highest skiing in the valley – on Mont de Vores (2,069m).